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$48,000 - $52,000 yearly
Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA, USA
Nov 13, 2019
Full time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Postdoctoral Molecular Researcher (FT, 12 months)   Opening Date:            November 13, 2019 Review Date:              December 2, 2019 Closing Date:              Open until filled Location:                     Lummi Main Campus Salary:                        $48,000 to $52,000 Max DOE   The salary placement upon hire will be based on the selected candidate's education and relevant work experience as outlined in the job announcement and the established salary schedule for the classification of position to be filled.   Note:  This position is for 12 months initially and is renewable depending on funding availability and performance.   SCOPE OF WORK Northwest Indian College invites applicants for a full-time postdoctoral research position on the Lummi main campus at the Salish Sea Research Center (SSRC). The SSRC is a 4,200 sq. ft. research center with a variety of equipment and instruments, including a genetic laboratory and two research vessels. The SSRC works with our tribal partners to focus on community-identified research and increase the presence and influence of Native American leadership in the area of marine sciences.  Solutions to environmental degradation require attention to both science and culture.  Specifically, the SSRC is charged with increasing the number of Native Americans with science backgrounds in leadership roles that serve their communities. The SSRC provides a facility for world-class research and its mission complements and enhances the efforts of research at Northwest Indian College.   The Salish Sea Research Center seeks an energetic individual to help drive our research forward.  We work on marine issues related to the Salish Sea that affect the Indigenous communities in the area.  The Salish Sea has a history of harmful algae events, and the SSRC monitors for harmful algae and biotoxins through microscopy and chemical analyses. The successful candidate will work on a community-identified project to design TaqMan probes for qPCR analysis of harmful algae taxa. The overall aim of the grant is to develop probes for harmful algae monitoring and identification while working with our tribal partners to monitor shellfish harvesting locations.   Depending on skillset and interest, the Postdoc will have the opportunity to participate in fieldwork, lab work, and biospecimen receiving, shipping, and handling.  The successful candidate will receive training in research collaboration, presentation and publication of results, and outreach and mentoring.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Perform molecular biology protocols governed by Standard Operating Procedures Extraction of nucleic acids from environmental samples Design appropriate TaqMan probes for quantification of harmful algae species Maintenance of tissue biobanks, biospecimen handling, and logistics Write and edit SOP's as required Routine maintenance of laboratory equipment Use typical software including Excel, Word, and OneNote Proficiency with bioinformatics pipelines and statistical programs such as R Work in multidisciplinary teams Mentor undergraduate student interns on research projects Any other duties as assigned   SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES There are no supervisory responsibilities assigned to this position   QUALIFICATIONS to perform the position successfully:   Minimum Qualifications : PhD in molecular biology or related area Confident, innovative, problem solver Experience with qPCR and design of molecular probes   Preferred Qualifications : Experience with Nanopore Technology (MinION) Proficiency with Python Experience with molecular protocols involving phytoplankton Experience with tribal communities Experience with supervising and facilitating tribal and/or minority students’ research projects Experience implementing research projects   Work Environment: The work environment for this position is primarily within the laboratory, although some outdoor field sampling may be required. Outdoor work could involve exposure to moderate levels of heat, cold, humidity, and/or rain. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.   Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application NWIC Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (can submit unofficial copies at time of application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who are not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA 98226-9278 Telephone/Fax:  360.392.4230 Email:  employment@nwic.edu
$36,800 - $41,000 yearly
Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA, USA
Nov 13, 2019
Full time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Administrative Assistant – VP of Instruction and Student Services and Dean of Students (FT, 12 months)   Opening Date:            November 13, 2019 Review Date:              December 2, 2019 Closing Date:              Open until filled Location:                     Lummi main campus Salary:                        $36,800 to $41,000 Max DOE   The salary placement upon hire will be based on the selected candidate’s education and relevant work experience as outlined in the job announcement and the established salary schedule for the classification of the position to be filled.   SCOPE OF WORK This position is responsible to both the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services and the Dean of Students for administrative support ranging from complex to routine duties, all of which contribute to the efficient and professional operation of the Center for Student Success.  The Administrative Assistant must have genuine appreciation for and understanding of protocol, discretion and professionalism, and be able to accept and assume responsibility.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Report to and work directly for both the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services to ensure smooth management and operation of the Office of VP of Instruction and Student Services and the Dean of Students to provide additional support as needed. Answer and screen calls and respond to email requests in a timely Provide secretarial support to supervisors; coordinate office operations; manage calendars and schedules to make certain that identified priorities are addressed in a timely Follow up with appropriate staff to ensure requests and correspondence is responded to on a timely basis; establish tracking/feedback system to ensure issues are recorded, addressed and resolved, such as Curriculum Committee Follow the NWIC Catalog and Student Handbook when handling student grievance Maintain confidentiality in all student matters. Arrange travel, prepare itineraries, prepare and organize all background materials in Develop budget estimates, monitor and control budget status and expenditures, record maintenance including institutional or grant Assist in ensuring adherence to institutional procedures or funding agency guidelines regarding tasks such as budgeting, purchasing, and grant Prepare documents such as those related to travel, purchasing, budget and event coordination. Maintain a common filing system, for example, for all course Assist in updating handbooks/manuals for Center for Student Success. Reconcile credit card statements , travel and other bills to receipts for submission to the Business Office in a timely manner. Maintain records regarding vacation and leave requests for staff reporting to the VP of Instruction and Student Services and for the Dean of Students Ensure a safe and healthy work environment by complying with the college health and safety policies. Serve as departmental office manager, ensuring supplies and equipment in CSS are regularly stocked and maintained, including printers. Other duties as appropriate assigned by   SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES There are no supervisory responsibilities assigned to this position   QUALIFICATIONS to perform the position successfully:   Minimum Qualifications : Associate's degree in Business or related field AND 5 years of prior experience in the field Excellent computer/technology skills Excellent communication, organizational and customer service skills Experience with, and sensitivity to, Native American people and dealing with the barriers of entering post-secondary education programs   Other Qualifications : Must have a current driver's license and driving abstract that meets employer qualifications for insurability.   Language Skills : Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of   Mathematical Skills : Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar     Reasoning Ability : Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions. Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.   Computer Skills : To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Cuff accounting software, design software; Internet software, order processing systems, spreadsheet and word processing   Other Skills and Abilities: Ability to handle confidential and proprietary information with utmost discretion, judgment, respect, tact and poise Experience working in higher education and with grants Experience working with cuff accounts Ability to represent the College in a positive and professional manner Ability to maintain professional work relationships Ability to work under stressful situations Must communicate well orally and in writing Must have excellent interpersonal/people skills Ability to be a self-starter and sustain a high level of activity with minimal supervision Ability to balance multiple issues and tasks Strong typing and work processing skills   APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.   Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application NWIC Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (can submit unofficial copies at time of application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who are not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA 98226-9278 Telephone/Fax:  360.392.4230 Email:  employment@nwic.edu
US Coast Guard Academy New London, CT, USA
Nov 11, 2019
Part time
The United States Coast Guard Academy has an opening for a Lecturer (Marine Science) AD-1710-00. Part time 20 to 32 hours per week. Please see our website for a complete job description and application instructions at https://apptrkr.com/1702733.
US Coast Guard Academy New London, CT, USA
Nov 11, 2019
Part time
The United States Coast Guard Academy has an opening for a Lecturer (Economics), AD-1710-00. Part time 20 hours per week. Please see our website for a complete job description and application instructions at https://apptrkr.com/1702683.
University of Utah, Educational Leadership and Policy Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Nov 08, 2019
Full time
The Department of Educational Leadership and Policy (ELP) at the University of Utah invites applications for an Assistant Professor in the Higher Education program. We seek a colleague to join our growing higher education program and to contribute to the continued development of the programs in higher education, as well as the PhD and undergraduate program in Educational Leadership and Policy. Specifically, we seek a colleague with experience working in higher education as well as an extensive research background to help guide and support doctoral students in the PhD and EdD programs.   Candidates for this position should have experience and research expertise in higher education law or policy, organization and administration of higher education, or international/comparative studies or history. Quantitative methodological expertise and grant writing experience is preferred. Regardless of specialty, the successful candidate will have a focus on social justice and equity in higher education.   POSITION RANK: This is a regular, full-time tenure track position. Appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor.   APPLICANT REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Established record of scholarly achievement around a clearly articulated research agenda. Expertise in higher education law or policy, organization and administration of higher education, or international/comparative studies or history. Ability to assume teaching assignments at the graduate level. An earned doctorate in higher education, educational leadership and/or policy, or a closely related area of study. Methodological expertise in qualitative, quantitative and/or mixed methods research. Potential to acquire external funding to support research agenda. Evidence of the ability to develop and maintain relationships within the higher education community at the local, state, national, and international level(s). Epistemological stances that contribute to transforming higher education research, policy, and practice for members of minoritized groups.   PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience advising graduate students and supervising dissertations and/or capstone projects. Expertise in quantitative methodologies. Professional experience in higher education and/or student affairs administration.   POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidate will be expected to make the following contributions to the Department of Education Leadership & Policy and other graduate programs within the College of Education: Develop and sustain a program of excellence in research. Teach courses in the Educational Leadership & Policy programs, including but not limited to educational policy, leadership theory, or organizational theory. Pursue external funding opportunities related to individual research agenda. Provide service and outreach to local, state, and national educational organizations at a level commensurate with rank and research agenda. Advise and mentor graduate students in ELP. Collaborate with other ELP faculty and students on achieving the Departmental vision, and developing graduate students and practitioners. Serve on Department, College, and University committees and fulfill various other assignments.   The ELP Department collectively values and actively promotes a commitment to equity and social justice within the study of educational leadership and policy in K-12 and higher education arenas. Faculty and students engage in research, outreach, service, and teaching to improve the educational conditions and opportunities of minoritized students and their families. In addition, department faculty are active and often serve in leadership roles in the local educational environment and national professional associations such as ASHE, NASPA, AERA, UCEA, and ELA. The ELP Department is closely linked with the Utah Education Policy Center (UEPC). The UEPC is an independent, non-partisan University of Utah research center in the College of Education that bridges research, policy, and practice for Utah public schools and higher education.   The Department offers the following graduate programs in higher education: D. in Educational Leadership and Policy. The Ph.D. program is designed especially for those who seek research or scholarly inquiry careers in P-20 education as high-level administrators, professors, researchers, or research and policy analysts in educational agencies and research organizations. D. in Higher Education Administration. The Ed.D. program is designed to provide advanced professional preparation to individuals with experience working as administrators/leaders in higher education or related educational organizations. The program focuses on applied research and dissemination and use of research and evaluation. Ed. in Student Affairs. The higher education master’s program emphasizes student affairs administration and by linking theory with practice provides a broad base on which students may build and advance their careers within higher education. Community College Leadership and Teaching Certificate. The CCLT is designed to provide current and aspiring community college leaders and faculty with the knowledge, skills, and experiences to be effective leaders and instructors in the diverse and complex community college context; to develop leaders and faculty as social justice advocates who can effectively design and implement policies, practices, and learning experiences that promote equitable learning experiences and outcomes.   APPOINTMENT: July 1, 2020   SALARY: Salary will be commensurate with rank.   SUBMISSION OF MATERIALS FOR CONSIDERATION: Screening of applications will begin immediately, with preference given to applications received by January 3, 2020. The position will remain open until filled.   Qualified candidates should submit all materials electronically through the University of Utah Human Resource Department portal. The job number is PRN00513CF.   APPLICATION MATERIALS: Each candidate should submit the following application materials electronically through the University of Utah Human Resource Department portal: http://utah.peopleadmin.com . A cover letter that describes qualifications as they relate to the stated position posting and the ELP Department’s mission and values. A current curriculum vitae. Samples of three (3) scholarly publications. Evidence of teaching excellence (Submit only one (1) of the following: teaching evaluations, exemplary course syllabus, or teaching philosophy). Complete contact information for three professional references.   Questions may be directed to the search committee co-chairs, Drs. Erin Castro, erin.castro@utah.edu and Chris Linder, chris.linder@utah.edu .   Additional Information Available Department of Educational Leadership & Policy http://www.ed.utah.edu/ELP/index.htm College of Education http://www.ed.utah.edu University of Utah http://www.utah.edu Utah Education Policy Center https://uepc.utah.edu   The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate based upon race, national origin, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, status as a person with a disability, genetic information, or Protected Veteran status. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified applicants, upon request and consistent with University policy and Utah state law. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. To inquire about the University’s nondiscrimination or affirmative action policies or to request disability accommodation, please contact: Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Circle, Rm 135, (801) 581-8365.   The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students.
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL, USA
Nov 07, 2019
Full time
The Department of Visual Communication Design (VCD) at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) invites applications for a full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty position, beginning August 2020. Rank and salary are competitive with peer institutions and are commensurate with quality of practice, scholarship, academic research, extent of teaching experience, and current professional standing. DEPARTMENT PROFILE VCD students learn the fundamentals—design aesthetics and communication, narrative and time-based structures, identity systems and information visualization—and apply them to the newest iterations in interaction design, aesthetics, and creations not yet imagined. VCD students forge their own combinations of studies, making connections across media and disciplines including print, new interactive technologies, photography, sound, sculpture, installation, film/video, performance, neon, and more. VCD provides a critically-based design education through an understanding of social implications; cultural and historical roles of design; the creation of meaningful, creative, and informative visual forms and messages to diverse audiences; and the exploration and application of a range of technologies, methodologies, and theories to target, develop and assess interactions and experiences. VCD’s mission is to be a leader in design education, and to teach students who will design the future. Further information about the department can be found at: http://www.saic.edu/academics/departments/visual-communication-design   RESPONSIBILITIES Faculty in the Visual Communication Design Department teach and advise undergraduate and graduate students within the interdisciplinary art and design school environment of SAIC. VCD faculty impart to their students a progressive awareness of the changing and interrelated roles of representation, objects, environments, audiences, interactions, and media. They maintain an active and recognized professional practice of client-initiated or self-initiated design development and/or academic research investigations. The faculty member will teach in areas that contribute to the general goals of the department as well as in their area of specialization; take a leadership role in forging the future of the department; participate in student advising, admissions events, committee work, and special projects; contribute to the SAIC community through ongoing curricular development; and participate in departmental administration and school governance.   QUALIFICATIONS A terminal degree in visual communication/graphic design or other relevant field of study is preferred. Significant teaching experience is preferred. An active art/design practice is required, industry experience is preferred. We welcome applications from candidates who are beginning their academic careers, those seeking to transition from a career in industry, as well as experienced faculty within Visual Communication Design and related disciplines. The ideal candidate’s creative activity will address social, structural, and/or cultural issues within the broad spectrum of visual communication design, ranging from cyberspace to public space to print. Areas of expertise may include diverse content structures (narrative, informational, or interpretive strategies), interaction (digitally-interactive or physically-interactive communication architectures), and content formats (screens, pages, objects, or environments). The ideal candidate will contribute to the diversity of the School by bringing a perspective, way of thinking, and/or a unique set of experiences that expand the intellectual conversations and design practices in the field. We seek candidates with the knowledge and aptitude to teach and mentor students from diverse backgrounds. Candidates should demonstrate their experience with, or aptitude for, departmental administration. APPLICATION PROCEDURES On or before January 6, 2020 please submit application materials via http://SAICfaculty.slideroom.com . You will be asked to create an account after which time you may complete the application comprised of fill-in fields and uploaded documents. SAIC will underwrite the application fees; you will not be charged to apply for the position. You are encouraged to begin the application well before the deadline. No applications may be submitted beyond the deadline for any reason. Complete the fields for: educational background; current position; and contact information for three professional references. Please convert all word documents into PDFs before uploading. Required files to upload include: cover letter stating your interests and qualifications; resume or curriculum vitae; statement of research and practice; diversity statement; statement of teaching philosophy including your thoughts on teaching a diverse student population and creating an inclusive learning environment; documentation of a selection of professional work; separate documentation of a selection of students’ work if available; and 1-3 examples of course syllabi. QUESTIONS Questions regarding the School and its open positions, application procedures, or the search process may be emailed to saicteach@saic.edu. Please consult www.saic.edu for information on the School and its programs, or www.saic.edu/about/jobsatsaic for open positions and application procedures. ABOUT SAIC A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars since 1866, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate programs to students from across the globe. Located in the heart of Chicago, the School is one of the largest and oldest private schools of art and design in the country with programs reflecting current practices in art. SAIC's educational philosophy is built upon a transdisciplinary approach to art and design that provides unparalleled opportunities for students to develop their creative and critical abilities with renowned faculty who are leading practitioners in their fields. SAIC's resources include the Art Institute of Chicago and its Modern Wing, and numerous special collections and programming venues that provide students with exceptional exhibitions, screenings, lectures, and performances. The campus is located on Chicago’s magnificent lakefront amid the city’s cultural and architectural treasures. The School currently enrolls 3,640 students in 15 studio departments and 8 academic departments. There are 181 full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty and visiting artists, and 709 adjunct and part-time faculty. Degree tracks include the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio; BFA with Emphasis in Art Education or Writing; BA degrees in Art History and Visual and Critical Studies; Master of Architecture; Master of Design (MDes) in Designed Objects; MDes in Fashion, Body, and Garment; MFA in Studio or Writing; MA degrees in Arts Administration; Art Education; Art History, Theory, and Criticism; Art Therapy; New Arts Journalism; Teaching; Visual and Critical Studies; and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation. EOE The Art Institute of Chicago, including both the school and the museum, is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for its students, visitors, faculty, and staff, and to ensuring that educational and employment decisions are based on an individual’s abilities and qualifications. The Art Institute of Chicago does not tolerate unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or former military status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, in its programs and activities, public accommodations or employment practices. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator Lumaturije “Luma” Asanoski, 116 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.499.4165, lasonoski@saic.edu . Section 504 Coordinator Felice Dublon, PhD, Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs, The Office of Student Affairs, 36 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 1204, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.629.6800, fdublon@saic.edu . For further information on notice of nondiscrimination, see the Office for Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Form for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 800.421.3481. REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS SAIC provides reasonable accommodations during the interview process for candidates with disabilities in adherence with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Should you need an accommodation to participate in an interview, please contact Molly Scranton Associate Director of Academic Affairs at mscranton@saic.edu .
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL, USA
Nov 07, 2019
Full time
The Sculpture Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) invites applications for a full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty position, beginning in August of 2020. Rank and salary are competitive with peer institutions and are commensurate with quality of practice, scholarship, academic research, extent of teaching experience, and current professional standing. DEPARTMENT PROFILE The School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s sculpture department provides a unique, interdisciplinary experience that challenges students to develop a personal vision in their work. Faculty and students in this department practice sculpture at its broadest level of meaning. The faculty brings a breadth of vision and experience that is reflected in the innovative curriculum and expansive resources. The department encourages engagement with a diverse range of traditional as well as experimental processes and supports material engagement ranging from foundry work to living systems work in our laboratory garden. The sculpture department at SAIC is committed to approaches both international and deeply local, supporting an economically and culturally diverse context for the study of sculpture. Further information about the department can be found at:  http://www.saic.edu/academics/departments/sculpture RESPONSIBILITIES Full-time faculty in the sculpture department teach and advise undergraduate and graduate students from diverse backgrounds within the interdisciplinary art and design school environment of SAIC. Faculty teach courses within the core undergraduate and graduate curriculum, choosing to design and teach courses that emphasize their own research interests and expertise, including conceptual approaches, craft-based investigations, digital advances in sculpture, and courses at the intersection of art and design. The faculty member will take a leadership role in forging the future of the department; participate in student advising, admissions events, committee work, and special projects; contribute to the SAIC community through ongoing curricular development; and participate in departmental administration and school governance. QUALIFICATIONS A master’s degree (MA or MFA) in sculpture, or a terminal degree in a relevant field of study is preferred. The sculpture department seeks candidates with extensive experience in the field of contemporary sculpture. Teaching experience at the university level is preferred. The ideal candidate will be working with sculpture broadly, gathering material from other disciplines and research pursuits such as human rights politics, climate change, the future of gender, systems design, sustainability and material culture, information networks, startup aesthetics, and others. Applicants may wish to highlight aspects of their professional practice with relevance to other fields such as performance, architectural intervention, the publication of materials that advance the field of sculpture, active involvement in the theorizing of sculpture and aesthetics, or the development of new techniques that have advanced the ideas or methodologies within the field of sculpture. The ideal candidate will contribute to the diversity of the school by bringing a perspective, way of thinking, and/or a unique set of experiences that expand the intellectual conversations and material approaches in the field. We seek candidates with the knowledge and aptitude to teach and mentor students from diverse backgrounds. Candidates should demonstrate their experience with, or aptitude for, departmental administration. APPLICATION PROCEDURES On or before January 15th, 2020 , please submit application materials via http://SAICfaculty.slideroom.com . You will be asked to create an account after which time you may complete the application comprised of fill-in fields and uploaded documents. SAIC will underwrite the application fees; you will not be charged to apply for the position. You are encouraged to begin the application well before the deadline. No applications may be submitted beyond the deadline for any reason. Complete the fields for: educational background; current position; and contact information for three professional references.  Please convert all word documents into PDFs before uploading. Required files to upload include:  cover letter stating your interests and qualifications; resume or curriculum vitae; statement of research and practice; diversity statement; documentation of a selection of professional work; statement of teaching philosophy including your thoughts on teaching a diverse student population and creating an inclusive learning environment; three examples of course syllabi; and separate documentation of a selection of students’ work, if available. QUESTIONS Questions regarding the School and its open positions, application procedures, or the search process may be emailed to saicteach@saic.edu. Please consult www.saic.edu for information on the School and its programs, or www.saic.edu/about/jobsatsaic for open positions and application procedures. ABOUT SAIC A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars since 1866, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate programs to students from across the globe. Located in the heart of Chicago, the School is one of the largest and oldest private schools of art and design in the country with programs reflecting current practices in art. SAIC's educational philosophy is built upon a transdisciplinary approach to art and design that provides unparalleled opportunities for students to develop their creative and critical abilities with renowned faculty who are leading practitioners in their fields. SAIC's resources include the Art Institute of Chicago and its Modern Wing, and numerous special collections and programming venues that provide students with exceptional exhibitions, screenings, lectures, and performances. The campus is located on Chicago’s magnificent lakefront amid the city’s cultural and architectural treasures. The School currently enrolls 3,640 students in 15 studio departments and 8 academic departments. There are 181 full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty and visiting artists, and 709 adjunct and part-time faculty. Degree tracks include the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio; BFA with Emphasis in Art Education or Writing; BA degrees in Art History and Visual and Critical Studies; Master of Architecture; Master of Design (MDes) in Designed Objects; MDes in Fashion, Body, and Garment; MFA in Studio or Writing; MA degrees in Arts Administration; Art Education; Art History, Theory, and Criticism; Art Therapy; New Arts Journalism; Teaching; Visual and Critical Studies; and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation. EOE The Art Institute of Chicago, including both the school and the museum, is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for its students, visitors, faculty, and staff, and to ensuring that educational and employment decisions are based on an individual’s abilities and qualifications. The Art Institute of Chicago does not tolerate unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or former military status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, in its programs and activities, public accommodations or employment practices. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator Lumaturije “Luma” Asanoski, 116 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.499.4165, lasonoski@saic.edu . Section 504 Coordinator Felice Dublon, PhD, Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs, The Office of Student Affairs, 36 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 1204, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.629.6800, fdublon@saic.edu . For further information on notice of nondiscrimination, see the Office for Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Form for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 800.421.3481. REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS SAIC provides reasonable accommodations during the interview process for candidates with disabilities in adherence with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Should you need an accommodation to participate in an interview, please contact Molly Scranton Associate Director of Academic Affairs at mscranton@saic.edu .
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Remote (Chicago, IL, USA)
Nov 07, 2019
Full time
The Department of Painting and Drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) invites applications for a full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty position, beginning August 2020. Rank and salary are competitive with peer institutions and are commensurate with quality of practice, scholarship, academic research, extent of teaching experience, and current professional standing. DEPARTMENT PROFILE The Department of Painting and Drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago is home to a great number of approaches to both disciplines. It is an open community with a strong commitment to experimentation. The department retains a diverse and committed faculty whose work appears in galleries, museums and publications across the globe. Further information about the department can be found at http://www.saic.edu/academics/departments/painting-and-drawing . RESPONSIBILITIES Tenured and tenure-track faculty teach undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and graduate level classes within the Department of Painting and Drawing, and work with MFA students on a tutorial basis. Additionally, SAIC faculty also teach in collaboration with other relevant departments within the context of an interdisciplinary art school. The faculty member will teach in areas that contribute to the general goals of the department as well as in their area of specialization; take a leadership role in forging the future of the department; participate in student advising, admissions events, committee work, and special projects; contribute to the SAIC community through ongoing curricular development; and participate in departmental administration and school governance.   QUALIFICATIONS A MFA degree in Painting and Drawing or a terminal degree in other relevant field of study is preferred. A minimum of two years teaching experience or its equivalent, and a significant record of exhibitions and related professional activities required. A strong national and international exhibition record is preferred. Artists whose practice incorporates painting and drawing to a significant degree are encouraged to apply. Knowledge of contemporary critical and theoretical issues in painting and drawing is expected. Engagement with and participation in an ongoing conversation about the evolution and future of the painting discipline as it relates to the department is essential. The ideal candidate will contribute to the diversity of the School by bringing a perspective, way of thinking, and/or a unique set of experiences that expand the intellectual conversations and practices in the field. We seek candidates with the experience and aptitude to teach, as well as mentor, undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate students from diverse backgrounds. Candidates should demonstrate their experience with, or aptitude for, departmental administration, as the successful candidate will provide vision and direction as the department chair on a rotating basis. APPLICATION PROCEDURES On or before January 1, 2020 please submit application materials via http://SAICfaculty.slideroom.com . You will be asked to create an account after which time you may complete the application comprised of fill-in fields and uploaded documents. SAIC will underwrite the application fees; you will not be charged to apply for the position. You are encouraged to begin the application well before the deadline. No applications may be submitted beyond the deadline for any reason. Complete the fields for: educational background; current position; and contact information for three professional references. Please convert all word documents into PDFs before uploading. Required files to upload include: cover letter stating your interests and qualifications; resume or curriculum vitae; statement of research and practice; diversity statement; statement of teaching philosophy including your thoughts on teaching a diverse student population and creating an inclusive learning environment; documentation of a selection of professional work; and two examples of course syllabi. QUESTIONS Questions regarding the School and its open positions, application procedures, or the search process may be emailed to saicteach@saic.edu. Please consult www.saic.edu for information on the School and its programs, or www.saic.edu/about/jobsatsaic for open positions and application procedures. ABOUT SAIC A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars since 1866, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate programs to students from across the globe. Located in the heart of Chicago, the School is one of the largest and oldest private schools of art and design in the country with programs reflecting current practices in art. SAIC's educational philosophy is built upon a transdisciplinary approach to art and design that provides unparalleled opportunities for students to develop their creative and critical abilities with renowned faculty who are leading practitioners in their fields. SAIC's resources include the Art Institute of Chicago and its Modern Wing, and numerous special collections and programming venues that provide students with exceptional exhibitions, screenings, lectures, and performances. The campus is located on Chicago’s magnificent lakefront amid the city’s cultural and architectural treasures. The School currently enrolls 3,640 students in 15 studio departments and 8 academic departments. There are 181 full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty and visiting artists, and 709 adjunct and part-time faculty. Degree tracks include the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio; BFA with Emphasis in Art Education or Writing; BA degrees in Art History and Visual and Critical Studies; Master of Architecture; Master of Design (MDes) in Designed Objects; MDes in Fashion, Body, and Garment; MFA in Studio or Writing; MA degrees in Arts Administration; Art Education; Art History, Theory, and Criticism; Art Therapy; New Arts Journalism; Teaching; Visual and Critical Studies; and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation. EOE The Art Institute of Chicago, including both the school and the museum, is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for its students, visitors, faculty, and staff, and to ensuring that educational and employment decisions are based on an individual’s abilities and qualifications. The Art Institute of Chicago does not tolerate unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or former military status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, in its programs and activities, public accommodations or employment practices. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator Lumaturije “Luma” Asanoski, 116 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.499.4165, lasonoski@saic.edu . Section 504 Coordinator Felice Dublon, PhD, Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs, The Office of Student Affairs, 36 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 1204, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.629.6800, fdublon@saic.edu . For further information on notice of nondiscrimination, see the Office for Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Form for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 800.421.3481. REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS SAIC provides reasonable accommodations during the interview process for candidates with disabilities in adherence with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Should you need an accommodation to participate in an interview, please contact Molly Scranton, Associate Director of Academic Affairs, at mscranton@saic.edu .
The American Indian College Fund Remote (Denver, CO, USA)
Nov 07, 2019
Contractor
Position Title: Executive Director of the Native Ways Federation™ Location: Denver, CO or remote location Closing Date: 11/30/19 or until filled Salary: Competitive salary based on experience. The Executive Director’s primary responsibility will be the development of relationships and infrastructure for Native Ways Federation™. The Native Ways Federation™ is seeking an individual with a strong vision and overall strategic leadership skills to establish and implement programming focused on public education and outreach promoting Native philanthropy. This is a challenging and demanding position requiring high levels of focused attention, diplomacy, interpersonal communication, precision, and uncompromising accountability. Experience working in American Indian culture, Indian Country, or philanthropy required. This is an ideal position for someone that has previous experience with working in the nonprofit field and enjoys taking organizations to the next level. The Native Ways Federation™ (NWF) is a federation of American Indian/Alaska Native nonprofit organizations with a national focus and scope. The Federation will achieve its purposes through engaging in three primary activities: • Creation and implementation of a voluntary process of standards for national, regional, and community-based American Indian/Alaska Native nonprofit organizations and/or organizations serving American Indian/Alaska Native people, who are engaged in fund-raising and resource development in and/or for Indian Country. • Establishment of a campaign that focuses on increasing awareness and commitment to giving in Indian Country; and • Increased membership and membership support of Native Ways Federation™. • Ensure public facing media including the organization’s website The Native Ways Federation™ is currently incorporated under the Navajo Nation with the intent of strengthening the circle of giving by uniting Native nonprofit organizations to raise awareness and the needed funds for the communities we serve. It is with this vision that Native Ways Federation™ will assist nonprofit organizations that work on behalf of Native communities to observe the highest levels of ethical standards and fiscal responsibility. The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring the long-term financial viability of the organization and ensuring the on-going operations of NWF. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS NWF is open to applicants who are interested in remote working provided the applicant has access to reliable technology, an easily accessible airport, and either a separate home office or willingness to establish an office space in a shared office facility. Preference will be given to applicants from the Denver metro area where four of the seven members of NWF are located. In the event, the applicant is unable to remote work, office space is available at one of the members’ offices located in the Denver metro area. The Executive Director position is a contract position. The incumbent will be provided funding to support benefits. Contract conditions will be negotiated in the hiring process. In the event that growth and sustainability of the organization requires involves additional staff the Executive Director shall hire, evaluate, and terminate such positions. Requirements: • Experience desired in related field. • Familiarity with local and national philanthropic sector and understanding of basic concepts of philanthropy, especially in the Native nonprofit sector. • Ability to write well and monitor budgets, to take the initiative and work independently. • Ability to operate under timely pressure and to work with board and other volunteers and hired personnel to accomplish tasks. • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills. • Strong administrative ability and attention to detail required. • Skill in short- and long-range planning, problem analysis and resolution report preparation and presentation, and public contact and relations. • Ability to direct, evaluate, train, and supervise the work of volunteers or hired personnel. • Communicate effectively in written and oral form, develop and maintain effective working relationships, and maintain accurate and orderly records. • Use independent judgment and initiative; organize and direct multiple activities; analyze and evaluate information. • Knowledge/experience of working with charitable giving programs/models. • Review and analyze financial reports to determine progress, identify potential problems, and take corrective action. Please send resume and cover letter to Cheryl Crazy Bull Board Secretary, Native Ways Federation American Indian College Fund 8333 Greenwood Blvd Denver CO 80221 Or email: applications@collegefund.org Questions may be directed to ccrazybull@collegefund.org.
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL, USA
Nov 07, 2019
Full time
The graduate programs in New Arts Journalism and Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) jointly seek a full-time tenured or tenure track faculty member in the areas of critical and experimental art writing, beginning August of 2020. Rank and salary are competitive with peer institutions and are commensurate with quality and output of publications, extent of teaching experience, and current professional standing.  PROGRAM PROFILE The Graduate Program in New Arts Journalism (NAJ) trains students to develop skills and projects across a variety of media, working as writers, editors, publishers, and producers to creatively engage with the broader issues of contemporary culture. The program teaches aspiring journalists the research methods, editorial processes, and technical skills required to pursue their own interests and present their work in a wide range of formats. Grounded in cultural history, media theory, and artistic practice, the program encourages rigorous and experimental approaches to arts journalism. Thesis projects reflect students’ own diverse research interests and are presented in various media. Further information about the New Arts Journalism Program can be found at http://www.saic.edu/academics/departments/new-arts-journalism The Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts (LRMFA) program extends across various teaching platforms in order to immerse students in both tangible and virtual worlds of thinking and making on SAIC's campus as well as within the communities where they live and work. This three-year program is anchored by a Summer Residency in which students convene in Chicago for critique seminars, colloquia with visiting artists, and intensive courses in art history, professional practice, and thesis research and writing.  Throughout the academic year, students take online courses and work with mentors in their geographic area. With a focus on writing as a key element of artistic practice, the interdisciplinary program includes students working in many media as well as writers and curators. Further information about the Low Residency MFA Program can be found at http://www.saic.edu/academics/departments/low-residency RESPONSIBILITIES The faculty member will join two graduate programs committed to a reconsideration of the political, ethical, and conceptual contexts for art and criticism, and will train artists and critics in an interdisciplinary setting to ask how writing and art can intervene in contemporary culture and how audiences can be widely engaged. The faculty member’s teaching responsibilities will be divided between Fall and Summer terms, teaching in the Graduate Program in New Arts Journalism during the Fall semester and, every June and July, teaching in the Low-Residency MFA intensive in Chicago. The successful candidate will be a core member of both graduate programs and an active participant in the education of studio artists, writers, editors, and arts professionals at the M.A. and M.F.A. level; will lead seminars and lecture classes for undergraduate and graduate students; will conduct critique seminars and one-on-one advising with M.F.A. students; will participate in the administration and leadership of both programs; and will forge new experimental and interdisciplinary conversations between the graduate programs and with the School more broadly. The faculty member will teach in areas that contribute to the general goals of the graduate programs as well as in their individual area of specialization; participate in student advising, admissions events, committee work, and special projects; contribute to the SAIC community through ongoing curricular development; and participate in departmental administration and school governance. QUALIFICATIONS MFA or terminal degree in other relevant field of study is preferred. Significant teaching experience is preferred. The ideal candidate will be actively engaged in writing about contemporary culture, have facility in working collaboratively with artists, and be committed to an expansive view of the audiences for their work. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in the areas of studio art education, editorial or publishing work (including creating new platforms), and online and digital cultures. We seek candidates with an ambitious writing practice that forges new intersections between art criticism, artistic practice, and online communities of readers both non-academic and academic. The ideal candidate will contribute to the diversity of the School by bringing a perspective, way of thinking, and/or a unique set of experiences that expand the intellectual conversations and practices in the field. We seek candidates with the knowledge and aptitude to teach and mentor students from diverse backgrounds. Applicants must demonstrate an ongoing commitment to publication and outstanding teaching. Candidates should demonstrate their experience with, or aptitude for, departmental administration. APPLICATION PROCEDURES On or before January 15, 2020 please submit application materials via http://SAICfaculty.slideroom.com . You will be asked to create an account after which time you may complete the application comprised of fill-in fields and uploaded documents. SAIC will underwrite the application fees; you will not be charged to apply for the position. You are encouraged to begin the application well before the deadline. No applications may be submitted beyond the deadline for any reason. Complete the fields for: educational background; current position; and contact information for three professional references. Please convert all word documents into PDFs before uploading. Required files to upload include:  cover letter stating your interests and qualifications; resume or curriculum vitae; statement of research and practice; diversity statement; statement of teaching philosophy including your thoughts on teaching a diverse student population and creating an inclusive learning environment; writing samples (not to exceed a combined maximum of 30 pages); and 1-3 examples of course syllabi. QUESTIONS Questions regarding the School and its open positions, application procedures, or the search process may be emailed to saicteach@saic.edu. Please consult www.saic.edu for information on the School and its programs, or www.saic.edu/about/jobsatsaic for open positions and application procedures. ABOUT SAIC A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars since 1866, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate programs to students from across the globe. Located in the heart of Chicago, the School is one of the largest and oldest private schools of art and design in the country with programs reflecting current practices in art. SAIC's educational philosophy is built upon a transdisciplinary approach to art and design that provides unparalleled opportunities for students to develop their creative and critical abilities with renowned faculty who are leading practitioners in their fields. SAIC's resources include the Art Institute of Chicago and its Modern Wing, and numerous special collections and programming venues that provide students with exceptional exhibitions, screenings, lectures, and performances. The campus is located on Chicago’s magnificent lakefront amid the city’s cultural and architectural treasures. The School currently enrolls 3,640 students in 15 studio departments and 8 academic departments. There are 181 full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty and visiting artists, and 709 adjunct and part-time faculty. Degree tracks include the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio; BFA with Emphasis in Art Education or Writing; BA degrees in Art History and Visual and Critical Studies; Master of Architecture; Master of Design (MDes) in Designed Objects; MDes in Fashion, Body, and Garment; MFA in Studio or Writing; MA degrees in Arts Administration; Art Education; Art History, Theory, and Criticism; Art Therapy; New Arts Journalism; Teaching; Visual and Critical Studies; and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation. EOE The Art Institute of Chicago, including both the school and the museum, is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for its students, visitors, faculty, and staff, and to ensuring that educational and employment decisions are based on an individual’s abilities and qualifications. The Art Institute of Chicago does not tolerate unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or former military status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, in its programs and activities, public accommodations or employment practices. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator Lumaturije “Luma” Asanoski, 116 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.499.4165, lasonoski@saic.edu . Section 504 Coordinator Felice Dublon, PhD, Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs, The Office of Student Affairs, 36 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 1204, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.629.6800, fdublon@saic.edu . For further information on notice of nondiscrimination, see the Office for Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Form for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 800.421.3481. REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS SAIC provides reasonable accommodations during the interview process for candidates with disabilities in adherence with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Should you need an accommodation to participate in an interview, please contact Molly Scranton, Associate Director of Academic Affairs at mscranton@saic.edu .
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL, USA
Nov 07, 2019
Full time
The Department of Fiber and Material Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) invites applications for a full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty position, beginning August 2020. Rank and salary are competitive with peer institutions and are commensurate with quality of practice, scholarship, and current academic research, extent of teaching experience, and current professional standing. DEPARTMENT PROFILE The Department of Fiber and Material Studies emphasizes the production of textiles and fiber arts within a contemporary art context, supported by current theoretical discourse. Students study a vast range of textile construction, surface techniques, and processes including: weaving, printing, dying, stitching, soft sculpture, felting, knitting, crochet, spinning, collage, and embellishment. Our studios feature analog and digital equipment, and students engage in thinking and working with hand processes while incorporating digital technologies and computer-assisted approaches to making. SAIC is affiliated with the world-renowned Art Institute of Chicago, which offers a comprehensive collection of textiles, fiber, and contemporary art. Further information about the department can be found at http://www.saic.edu/academics/departments/fiber-and-material-studies RESPONSIBILITIES Tenured and tenure-track faculty in Fiber and Material Studies teach and advise undergraduate and graduate students within the interdisciplinary art and design school environment of SAIC. The faculty member will teach in areas that contribute to the general goals of the department as well as in their area of specialization; take a leadership role in forging the future of the department; participate in student advising, admissions events, committee work, and special projects; contribute to the SAIC community through ongoing curricular development; and participate in departmental administration and school governance. QUALIFICATIONS An MFA or equivalent terminal degree is preferred. Candidates must have a nationally/internationally recognized studio practice and strong exhibition record and/or accomplishments within their field. The candidate should be well versed in historical and critical content related to the field of fiber and material studies within the broader contemporary art and design context. Knowledge of world textile history is highly desirable.  The Fiber and Material Studies Department seeks candidates with a minimum of three years of teaching experience at the college level or the equivalent who can teach both analog and digital technologies within one or more of the following areas; construction, print, sculpture, stitch, textile, and weaving. The ideal candidate will contribute to the diversity of the School by bringing a perspective, way of thinking, and/or a unique set of experiences that expand the intellectual conversations and practices in the field. We seek candidates with the knowledge and aptitude to teach and mentor students from diverse backgrounds. Candidates should demonstrate their experience with, or aptitude for, departmental administration. APPLICATION PROCEDURES On or before January 8, 2020 please submit application materials via http://SAICfaculty.slideroom.com. You will be asked to create an account after which time you may complete the application comprised of fill-in fields and uploaded documents. SAIC will underwrite the application fees; you will not be charged to apply for the position. You are encouraged to begin the application well before the deadline. No applications may be submitted beyond the deadline for any reason. Complete the fields for: educational background; current position; and contact information for three professional references. Please convert all word documents into PDFs before uploading. Required files to upload include:  cover letter stating your interests and qualifications; resume or curriculum vitae; artist statement; diversity statement; statement of teaching philosophy including your thoughts on teaching to a diverse student population and creating an inclusive learning environment; and documentation of a selection of professional work. QUESTIONS Questions regarding the School and its open positions, application procedures, or the search process may be emailed to saicteach@saic.edu. Please consult www.saic.edu for information on the School and its programs, or www.saic.edu/about/jobsatsaic for open positions and application procedures. ABOUT SAIC A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars since 1866, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate programs to students from across the globe. Located in the heart of Chicago, the School is one of the largest and oldest private schools of art and design in the country with programs reflecting current practices in art. SAIC's educational philosophy is built upon a transdisciplinary approach to art and design that provides unparalleled opportunities for students to develop their creative and critical abilities with renowned faculty who are leading practitioners in their fields. SAIC's resources include the Art Institute of Chicago and its Modern Wing, and numerous special collections and programming venues that provide students with exceptional exhibitions, screenings, lectures, and performances. The campus is located on Chicago’s magnificent lakefront amid the city’s cultural and architectural treasures. The School currently enrolls 3,640 students in 15 studio departments and 8 academic departments. There are 181 full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty and visiting artists, and 709 adjunct and part-time faculty. Degree tracks include the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio; BFA with Emphasis in Art Education or Writing; BA degrees in Art History and Visual and Critical Studies; Master of Architecture; Master of Design (MDes) in Designed Objects; MDes in Fashion, Body, and Garment; MFA in Studio or Writing; MA degrees in Arts Administration; Art Education; Art History, Theory, and Criticism; Art Therapy; New Arts Journalism; Teaching; Visual and Critical Studies; and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation. EOE The Art Institute of Chicago, including both the school and the museum, is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for its students, visitors, faculty, and staff, and to ensuring that educational and employment decisions are based on an individual’s abilities and qualifications. The Art Institute of Chicago does not tolerate unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or former military status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, in its programs and activities, public accommodations or employment practices. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator Lumaturije “Luma” Asanoski, 116 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.499.4165, lasonoski@saic.edu . Section 504 Coordinator Felice Dublon, PhD, Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs, The Office of Student Affairs, 36 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 1204, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.629.6800, fdublon@saic.edu . For further information on notice of nondiscrimination, see the Office for Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Form for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 800.421.3481. REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS SAIC provides reasonable accommodations during the interview process for candidates with disabilities in adherence with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Should you need an accommodation to participate in an interview, please contact Molly Scranton Associate Director of Academic Affairs at mscranton@saic.edu .
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL, USA
Nov 07, 2019
Full time
The Department of Contemporary Practices (CP) at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) invites applications for a full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty position, beginning August 2020. Rank and salary are competitive with peer institutions and are commensurate with quality of practice, scholarship, academic research, extent of teaching experience, and current professional standing. DEPARTMENT PROFILE The Department of Contemporary Practices provides an intensive introduction to contemporary art and design as part of the required curriculum for first-year and incoming undergraduate transfer students.  The department’s curriculum teaches undergraduate students critical thinking skills and a variety of studio practices, materials, and concepts in order to cultivate a broad understanding of contemporary art and design across diverse media. Contemporary Practices faculty work with students transitioning into SAIC and preparing for their future studies at the School. The Department has evolved from a more traditional foundations program, continually evaluating and assessing what a truly contemporary first-year required curriculum in the arts should be. The department has over 850 students and 85 Faculty, including 12 tenured or tenure-track faculty. Further information about the department can be found at http://www.saic.edu/academics/departments/contemporary-practices RESPONSIBILITIES Tenured and tenure-track faculty in the Contemporary Practices Department teach and advise undergraduate students within the context of an interdisciplinary art and design school. Contemporary Practices faculty must engage with work across a wide range of disciplines. All Contemporary Practices faculty participate in new student orientation, co-teach in the Core Studio courses, and partner with academic advisors in the Research Studio I course. Faculty regularly evaluate courses and student learning in relation to departmental assessment and learning outcomes. The faculty member will teach in areas that contribute to the general goals of the department as well as in their area of specialization; take a leadership role in forging the future of the department; participate in student advising, admissions events, committee work, and special projects; contribute to the SAIC community through ongoing curricular development; and participate in departmental administration and school governance.  QUALIFICATIONS An MFA or a terminal degree in a relevant field of study is preferred. Significant undergraduate level teaching experience is required. Applicants should have experience teaching courses related to art, design, and/or digital technology in relation to contemporary art and design. The candidate should have prior experience and/or capacity to work collaboratively with others to build strong and innovative programs and initiatives.  All candidates should demonstrate a commitment to foundational and or introductory level arts education. The ideal candidate will contribute to the diversity of the School by bringing a perspective, way of thinking, and/or a unique set of experiences that expand the intellectual conversations in art and design. We seek candidates with the knowledge and aptitude to teach and mentor students from diverse backgrounds. Candidates should demonstrate their experience with, or aptitude for, departmental administration. Priority will be given to candidates whose practice, research and/or pedagogical focus are in one or more of the following areas: Post-Secondary Art Pedagogy: Artists and designers that are committed to a student centered pedagogy and have experience developing curriculum for art and design students entering college. Interdisciplinary Practices: Artists and/or designers whose practice rigorously moves across and between disciplines. Diversity - Individuals whose practice, research, and/or pedagogy demonstrates a proactive approach to teaching a diverse population, and is inclusive of individuals from all backgrounds. APPLICATION PROCEDURES On or before January 5, 2020 please submit application materials via http://SAICfaculty.slideroom.com . You will be asked to create an account after which time you may complete the application comprised of fill-in fields and uploaded documents. SAIC will underwrite the application fees; you will not be charged to apply for the position. You are encouraged to begin the application well before the deadline. No applications may be submitted beyond the deadline for any reason. Complete the fields for: educational background; current position; and contact information for three professional references. Please convert all word documents into PDFs before uploading. Required files to upload include:  cover letter stating your interests and qualifications; resume or curriculum vitae; diversity statement; statement of teaching philosophy including your thoughts on teaching a diverse student population and creating an inclusive learning environment at the first-year college level; artist’s statement; *documentation of professional work (not to exceed 15 examples); two examples of course syllabi/assignments; and documentation of students’ work (not to exceed 10 examples).  * For time based work, no more than 10 minutes duration in total. For written work examples no more than 10 pages total. QUESTIONS Questions regarding the School and its open positions, application procedures, or the search process may be emailed to saicteach@saic.edu. Please consult www.saic.edu for information on the School and its programs, or www.saic.edu/about/jobsatsaic for open positions and application procedures. ABOUT SAIC A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars since 1866, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate programs to students from across the globe. Located in the heart of Chicago, the School is one of the largest and oldest private schools of art and design in the country with programs reflecting current practices in art. SAIC's educational philosophy is built upon a transdisciplinary approach to art and design that provides unparalleled opportunities for students to develop their creative and critical abilities with renowned faculty who are leading practitioners in their fields. SAIC's resources include the Art Institute of Chicago and its Modern Wing, and numerous special collections and programming venues that provide students with exceptional exhibitions, screenings, lectures, and performances. The campus is located on Chicago’s magnificent lakefront amid the city’s cultural and architectural treasures. The School currently enrolls 3,640 students in 15 studio departments and 8 academic departments. There are 181 full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty and visiting artists, and 709 adjunct and part-time faculty. Degree tracks include the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio; BFA with Emphasis in Art Education or Writing; BA degrees in Art History and Visual and Critical Studies; Master of Architecture; Master of Design (MDes) in Designed Objects; MDes in Fashion, Body, and Garment; MFA in Studio or Writing; MA degrees in Arts Administration; Art Education; Art History, Theory, and Criticism; Art Therapy; New Arts Journalism; Teaching; Visual and Critical Studies; and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation. EOE The Art Institute of Chicago, including both the school and the museum, is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for its students, visitors, faculty, and staff, and to ensuring that educational and employment decisions are based on an individual’s abilities and qualifications. The Art Institute of Chicago does not tolerate unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or former military status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, in its programs and activities, public accommodations or employment practices. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator Lumaturije “Luma” Asanoski, 116 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.499.4165, lasonoski@saic.edu . Section 504 Coordinator Felice Dublon, PhD, Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs, The Office of Student Affairs, 36 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 1204, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.629.6800, fdublon@saic.edu . For further information on notice of nondiscrimination, see the Office for Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Form for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 800.421.3481. REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS SAIC provides reasonable accommodations during the interview process for candidates with disabilities in adherence with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Should you need an accommodation to participate in an interview, please contact Molly Scranton, Associate Director of Academic Affairs at mscranton@saic.edu .
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL, USA
Nov 07, 2019
Full time
The Department of Art Therapy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) invites applications for a full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty position, beginning August 2020. Rank and salary are competitive with peer institutions and are commensurate with practice, scholarship, academic research, extent of teaching experience, and current professional standing. DEPARTMENT PROFILE SAIC’s 60-credit Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling Program is focused on providing a comprehensive education that emphasizes development of the artist/art therapist, prepares graduates to work in a variety of settings, and fosters critical engagement within social and cultural contexts. The program was established in 1981 and has been approved by the American Art Therapy Association since 1989. The Department of Art Therapy offers a three-year Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling degree with an enrollment of 75 graduate students. The program currently has 5 full-time faculty and 23 part-time faculty, offering 60 graduate courses each year, including extensive supervised fieldwork experiences at the graduate level. Further information about the department can be found at: http://www.saic.edu/academics/departments/art-therapy RESPONSIBILITIES Tenured and tenure-track faculty in art therapy teach and advise graduate students within the interdisciplinary art and design school environment of SAIC. The primary focus of the faculty member will be to contribute to the general goals of the art therapy department; take a leadership role in forging the future of the department; participate in student advising, admissions events, committee work, and special projects; contribute to the SAIC community through ongoing curricular development; and participate in departmental administration and school governance.   QUALIFICATIONS A Master’s degree in Art Therapy with ATR-BC required; doctoral degree preferred. Prior teaching, supervisory, and administrative experience preferred; extensive professional experience as an art therapist preferred; candidates must have demonstrated scholarly and professional activity. The department of art therapy invites applications from candidates who have a strong interest in art therapy research, critical theories of difference, and contemporary art theory/practice, as evidenced by research, scholarly writing, and/or art practice; a demonstrated interest in emerging forms of contemporary, culturally relevant art therapy education; an interdisciplinary approach to art therapy practice and scholarship; and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively across disciplines. The department seeks candidates with experience in teaching art therapy and counseling with scholarship from fields such as, disability studies, family therapy, queer studies, critical race theory, feminist theory, transnational studies, and studies in ageing. The ideal candidate will contribute to the diversity of the School by bringing a perspective, way of thinking, and/or a unique set of experiences that expand the intellectual conversations and practices in the field. We seek candidates with the knowledge and aptitude to teach and mentor students from diverse backgrounds. Candidates should demonstrate their experience with, or aptitude for, departmental administration. APPLICATION PROCEDURES On or before January 6, 2020 please submit application materials via http://SAICfaculty.slideroom.com . You will be asked to create an account after which time you may complete the application comprised of fill-in fields and uploaded documents. SAIC will underwrite the application fees; you will not be charged to apply for the position. You are encouraged to begin the application well before the deadline. No applications may be submitted beyond the deadline for any reason. Complete the fields for: educational background; current position; and contact information for three professional references. Please convert all word documents into PDFs before uploading. Required files to upload include:  cover letter stating your interests and qualifications; resume or curriculum vitae; statement of research and practice; diversity statement documenting your experiences and commitments to diversity in your research and practice; statement of teaching philosophy including your thoughts on teaching a diverse student population and creating an inclusive learning environment; documentation of a selection of professional work showcasing clinical and/or community based practices; and scholarly writing samples, preferably published.       QUESTIONS Questions regarding the School and its open positions, application procedures, or the search process may be emailed to saicteach@saic.edu. Please consult www.saic.edu for information on the School and its programs, or www.saic.edu/about/jobsatsaic for open positions and application procedures. ABOUT SAIC A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars since 1866, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate programs to students from across the globe. Located in the heart of Chicago, the School is one of the largest and oldest private schools of art and design in the country with programs reflecting current practices in art. SAIC's educational philosophy is built upon a transdisciplinary approach to art and design that provides unparalleled opportunities for students to develop their creative and critical abilities with renowned faculty who are leading practitioners in their fields. SAIC's resources include the Art Institute of Chicago and its Modern Wing, and numerous special collections and programming venues that provide students with exceptional exhibitions, screenings, lectures, and performances. The campus is located on Chicago’s magnificent lakefront amid the city’s cultural and architectural treasures. The School currently enrolls 3,640 students in 15 studio departments and 8 academic departments. There are 181 full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty and visiting artists, and 709 adjunct and part-time faculty. Degree tracks include the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio; BFA with Emphasis in Art Education or Writing; BA degrees in Art History and Visual and Critical Studies; Master of Architecture; Master of Design (MDes) in Designed Objects; MDes in Fashion, Body, and Garment; MFA in Studio or Writing; MA degrees in Arts Administration; Art Education; Art History, Theory, and Criticism; Art Therapy and Counseling; New Arts Journalism; Teaching; Visual and Critical Studies; and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation. EOE The Art Institute of Chicago, including both the school and the museum, is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for its students, visitors, faculty, and staff, and to ensuring that educational and employment decisions are based on an individual’s abilities and qualifications. The Art Institute of Chicago does not tolerate unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or former military status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, in its programs and activities, public accommodations or employment practices. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator Lumaturije “Luma” Asanoski, 116 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.499.4165, lasonoski@saic.edu . Section 504 Coordinator Felice Dublon, PhD, Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs, The Office of Student Affairs, 36 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 1204, Chicago, IL 60603, 312.629.6800, fdublon@saic.edu . For further information on notice of nondiscrimination, see the Office for Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Form for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 800.421.3481. REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS SAIC provides reasonable accommodations during the interview process for candidates with disabilities in adherence with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Should you need an accommodation to participate in an interview, please contact Molly Scranton, Associate Director of Academic Affairs at mscranton@saic.edu .
UC San Diego 9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, CA 92093
Nov 07, 2019
Full time
UC San Diego Asst Vice Chancellor - Student Retention & Success Filing Deadline: Fri 12/6/2019 Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience Reporting directly to the Vice Chancellor Student Affairs, the Assistant Vice Chancellor Student Retention and Success (AVC-SRS) is a leader and innovator regarding student retention and student success. This position is at the forefront of planning and implementation of services and programs that meet the broader goals and objectives of the University and Student Affairs. The position recommends improvements for administrative and academic services to students that increase student success and retention, and enhances student progress to degree completion through collaborative initiatives and student-centered programs. The AVC-SRS is accountable for the campus-wide collaboration, development, and implementation of overarching strategic effort that improves student retention and graduation rates. The AVC-SRS plays two vital leadership roles: overseeing staffing, programs and resources among multiple departments; and creating, cultivating partnerships and maintaining a culture of collaborative efforts across campus that serve to provide programs, services, and support for students. The AVC-SRS also provides administrative leadership in the planning, appraisal and implementation of major initiatives to improve retention rates on campus. The AVC-SRS will have a dotted line supervisor role to the Director of Residential Experience. The dotted line will support our collaboration with Summer Success programs and high impact affinity-based Living Learning Communities. Resources include a budget of approximately $6.9 million and a staff of over 45 FTE professionals and 200 student employees, peer educators, coaches and graduate assistants/interns. Funding sources include Student Services fees, state funds, campus-based fees, grants, service-generated income and external fundraising. QUALIFICATIONS • Advanced degree in education or equivalent combination of education and/or experience. • Expert knowledge of student development theories and practice and extensive knowledge regarding retention and persistence. • Astute political acumen regarding sensitive and high visibility issues. • Demonstrated ability to bring together faculty, colleges and academic administration as well as campus administrators to address complex, student-oriented issues and tasks and provide for mutually-agreed-upon student needs. • Demonstrated ability to analyze data, to identify, define, and evaluate problems, and to plan and develop strategies and solutions. • Ability to conduct strategic planning and forecasting, and proven ability to influence change. • Knowledge of leadership theories and programs, and knowledge of organizational climate and multicultural issues. • Ability to work with University and interagency committees, groups, and individuals to arrive at sound planning solutions. Demonstrated skill to construct, evaluate and implement innovative and sound solutions to a wide range of issues. • Ability and skill in managing a multi-fund budget, fundraising, and grant procurement. • Proven skill in the area of fiscal management including budget development, long-range budget planning, make realistic and equitable fiscal decisions, and prepare cogent budgetary and annual reports. • Proven ability to set priorities and follow through with implementation. • Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with students, staff, faculty, unit heads, administration, families, and the academic community. • Demonstrated ability to motivate staff and students through ethical leadership and mutual respect. • Outstanding leadership and communication skills, including public speaking, presentations and written communication. • Demonstrated ability to manage a complex organization, to direct and lead its staff not only effectively but also in a manner that achieves high degrees of collaboration between and synergy from different departments. • Demonstrated ability to set specific, measurable, challenging, and realistic goals for the organization and for individual staff members. • Demonstrated experience in program development. • Excellent analytical skills with proven ability to conduct research, interpret data, and present analyses both orally and in writing. Proven ability to present position papers on a variety of administrative, educational, and institutional issues. • Advanced knowledge of advising and counseling techniques. • Experience working with communities of learning, both residential and non-residential. Our employees enjoy competitive compensation packages and educational opportunities in a diverse, stimulating workforce. This position is eligible for full benefits first day of hire: a) Health/Dental/Vision Insurance. b) Vacation/holidays (18 vacation days & 13 paid holidays a year). c) Work/Life Balance. d) UC Retirement Plan. For more information about UCSD Benefits please visit https://blink.ucsd.edu/HR/benefits/index.html and UCSD Work/Life visit https://blink.ucsd.edu/HR/benefits/work-life/quality-index/index.html. Apply Online http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=172948 The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: http://www-hr.ucsd.edu/saa/nondiscr.html
Iḷisaġvik College Barrow, AK, USA
Nov 06, 2019
Full time
Job Announcement President   This isn’t just another President job.  It is a career choice that will take you to the top of the world.  Literally.   Alaska’s only Tribal college located in Utqiaġvik , (Barrow), America’s northernmost municipality, has an opportunity for an educational leader at one of the top 10 community colleges in the nation (2016 & 2017).   Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the President provides overall leadership and direction to staff and faculty to assure effective running of the College. The President is responsible for leadership and strategic vision, community relations, board relations and development, and financial management and administration of the College; they ensure alignment with the College’s vision of building strong communities through education and training while supporting traditional Iñupiat values of:  Respect for Nature Sharing Knowledge of Language Cooperation Family and Kinship Love and Respect for Our Elders and One Another Humor Hunting Traditions Compassion Humility Avoidance of Conflict Spirituality  The President works collaboratively with the College’s executive team members and its Board of Trustees. This skilled and strategic professional will be well-versed in managerial, fiscal, and pedagogical best practices of higher education. A Master’s Degree is required and a Doctorate is preferred.  Preference will be given to candidates who possess an understanding of Indigenous learning styles and pedagogy and who have knowledge of, and experience within, the North Slope Borough.  The College offers competitive compensation and generous benefits including group health insurance (medical, dental and vision), employer paid and employee paid life insurance options, defined contribution retirement plan, and paid accrued leave and holidays. The role also provides the opportunity to be part of developing a well-educated and trained workforce to meet the human resource needs of North Slope employers and the state of Alaska.    Please submit a cover letter, and your CV/Resume.  The full job profile will be sent to those who have applied by mid-November.
$14.00 hourly
United Tribes Technical College c/o Human Resources Department United Tribes Technical College, University Drive, Bismarck, ND, USA
Nov 05, 2019
Part time
Position Title: Part Time On-Call Security Officer Department:  Safety & Security Department Reports Directly To: Safety & Security Director Status:  Non-Exempt/ Part Time/On call Salary:  $14.00 per hour   Summary of Duties: The Part Time On-Call Security Officer must be committed to being called upon for an assignment to work when requested by notice. Officer will complete vehicle and foot patrol duties on campus and campus properties Investigates and responds to any civil disturbances; potential illegal activities; suspicious circumstances, and reports to supervisor and local law enforcement. Officers are expected to present a clean, neat and professional appearance. Officer will complete a shift patrol log and incident reports by the end of each shift Answers incoming calls and directs them to appropriate individual or department afterhours and weekends. Locks and Unlocks designated buildings and gates as requested and as scheduled. Responds to alarms and dispatched calls; decides what action(s) to take based on situation, facts known and position limitations. Must be able to multi-task calls, radio activity, persons, and incidents. Shall keep confidentiality for all incidents involving students, staff and visitors. Performs other duties as assigned.   Supervisory Responsibilities: None.   Working Conditions: Requires working evenings, holidays, and weekends on a rotating basis and are subject being called in for shift coverage. A minimum 30-minute paid meal period is provided in shifts exceeding five hours. When there is only one security officer on duty, the security officer is not completely relieved of their duties and may be required to perform their duties during the meal period.    Physical Demands: Must be able to sit and stand for long periods.  Must be able to walk, Must be able to run, Must be able to bend over, stoop, reach, And must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. in the performance of duties.   Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) Previous Security or Safety related experience recommended, but not required. Position requires a current, valid driver’s license with an acceptable Motor Vehicle record.  A copy of your Driver’s License needs to be submitted with application. Applicant will need to successfully pass a background check   Knowledge and Skills: Knowledge of spelling, grammar, and punctuation Strong communication skills Ability to work under pressure Ability to work rotating shifts, nights, weekends    Additional Information: United Tribes Technical College is an Equal Employment Opportunity.  The applicant is responsible for providing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe if Indian preference is claimed. The applicant is responsible for providing a copy of his/her United States Government Form DD214 or his/her honorable discharge certificate from any branch of the military service if veteran’s preference is claimed. Failure to provide proof will result in loss of Indian or veteran preference in employment.   APPLICATION DEADLINE:  October 10, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.   Interested applicants should submit a completed UTTC application and copy of ND driver license to  hr@uttc.edu  or Human Resources Department, United Tribes Technical College, 3315 University Drive, Bismarck, ND 58504.    NOTE:  Applications and supporting documents received after the closing date and time of a job posting will NOT be considered.  Upon selection, the applicant is responsible to obtain and complete a Transcript Request Form from the last institution attended.  The applicant will submit the completed form to the Human Resources Department.  The Human Resources Department will cover any fees required to obtain official transcripts.
United Tribes Technical College c/o Human Resources Department United Tribes Technical College, University Drive, Bismarck, ND, USA
Nov 05, 2019
Full time
Position Title: Maintenance Groundskeeper II or I Department : Facilities Reports Directly To : Maintenance Groundskeeper & Driver/Service Technician Supervisor Status : Non-Exempt Salary : Per Salary Scale   Summary of Duties: Upkeep of lawns, tree trimming, landscaping and maintain an aesthetically pleasing appearance of all UTTC property. This may include to perform tasks such as pruning trees, cutting shrubs. Ability to use a variety of tools and equipment such as lawn mowers, rakes, trimmers, weed whackers, trimmers and other; Ensures campus is neat and attractive in appearance at all times; Mow, edge, weed trim hedges and other related tasks; Blow and sweep sidewalks, stairs, porches, and parking lots weekly if not daily; Seed and fertilize as needed; Ensures completion of projects in accordance with assignments given by supervisor; Assist with general maintenance as assigned; Assist with snow removal; Assists with changing light bulbs as needed; Requests supplies or materials for the purpose of maintaining inventory and ensures availability of items required; Will work a minimum of eight (8) hours during Powwow weekend as needed; and Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.   Supervisory Responsibilities: None.   Working Conditions: Position requires working days, evenings, some weekends and holidays.  Additional hours may be required to complete projects or in emergency situations. Subject to working in hot or cold temperatures.   Physical Demands: Must be able to work independently; Must be able to stand or bend for hours at a time; and Must be competent with grounds keeping tools.   Minimum Qualifications: Must have a high school Diploma or equivalent; Must have a valid ND driver license and be insurable under UTTC’s insurance carrier   Additional Information: United Tribes Technical College is an Equal Employment Opportunity.  The applicant is responsible for providing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe if Indian preference is claimed. The applicant is responsible for providing a copy of his/her United States Government Form DD214 or his/her honorable discharge certificate from any branch of the military service if veteran’s preference is claimed. Failure to provide proof will result in loss of Indian or veteran preference in employment.   APPLICATION DEADLINE:  October 16, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.   Interested applicants should submit a completed UTTC application and copy of ND driver license to  hr@uttc.edu or Human Resources Department, United Tribes Technical College, 3315 University Drive, Bismarck, ND 58504.  NOTE:  Applications and supporting documents received after the closing date and time of a job posting will NOT be considered.  Upon selection, the applicant is responsible to obtain and complete a Transcript Request Form from the last institution attended.  The applicant will submit the completed form to the Human Resources Department.  The Human Resources Department will cover any fees required to obtain official transcripts.
United Tribes Technical College c/o Human Resources Department United Tribes Technical College, University Drive, Bismarck, ND, USA
Nov 05, 2019
Full time
Position Title: Café Manager Department:  Athletics Reports Directly To:  Athletic Director Status:  Exempt; 12 Months Salary:  DOE   Summary of Duties: Cafe Manager to organize daily operations and motivate staff to provide excellent customer service. Manage day-to-day operations of the cafe Hire and train new wait staff and baristas Assign rules and responsibilities to employees for operational effectiveness. Train employees on drinks preparation and proper use of coffee equipment Obtain customer feedback and make appropriate business developments or changes to meet customer needs. Identify and address issues in Cafe performance Coordinate with vendors and order supplies, as needed (like takeaway cups, coffee, milk and other ingredients) Maintain updated records of daily, weekly and monthly revenues and expenses Add new menu items based on seasonality and customers’ preferences (for example pumpkin spice coffee drinks) Advise staff on the best ways to resolve issues with clients and deliver excellent customer service Ensure all cafe areas are clean and tidy Nurture friendly relationships with customers to increase loyalty and boost our reputation Other duties as assigned.    Supervisory Responsibilities:  Assistant Manager   Working Conditions: Normal working hours are from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm Monday – Friday   Physical Demands:  Must be able to go up and down stairs Must be able to lift 25 lbs   Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma Additional certification (e.g. in Business Administration or Hospitality) is a plus but not required   Knowledge and Skills:   Work experience as a Cafe Manager or  Barista Communicate clearly with all employees to ensure effective store operations. Hands-on experience with professional coffee machines Good math skills Availability to work within opening hours (including weekends and holidays) Excellent communication skills with the ability to manage and motivate employees Customer service skills   Additional Information: United Tribes Technical College is an Equal Employment Opportunity.  The applicant is responsible for providing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe if Indian preference is claimed. The applicant is responsible for providing a copy of his/her United States Government Form DD214 or his/her honorable discharge certificate from any branch of the military service if veteran’s preference is claimed. Failure to provide proof will result in loss of Indian or veteran preference in employment.   APPLICATION DEADLINE:  October 16, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.   Interested applicants should submit a completed UTTC application, cover letter, resume, and unofficial copies of transcripts to  hr@uttc.edu  or Human Resources Department, United Tribes Technical College, 3315 University Drive, Bismarck, ND 58504.    NOTE:  Applications and supporting documents received after the closing date and time of a job posting will NOT be considered.  Upon selection, the applicant is responsible to obtain and complete a Transcript Request Form from the last institution attended.  The applicant will submit the completed form to the Human Resources Department.  The Human Resources Department will cover any fees required to obtain official transcripts.
United Tribes Technical College c/o Human Resources Department United Tribes Technical College, University Drive, Bismarck, ND, USA
Nov 05, 2019
Part time
Position Title: Part-Time/Temporary Elementary School Basketball Game Referee Department:  Theodore Jamerson Elementary School (TJES) Reports Directly To: TJES Principal Status: Part-Time/Temporary; Exempt Salary: $30.00 per game   Summary of Duties: Attend all home basketball games for TJES Girls and Boys basketball games. Officiate the games in a fair and calm manner. Comply with all duties asked by principle. Represent TJES in a professional manner, wearing proper referee attire. Substitute players from both teams in and out of the games. Inform Principle ahead of time if unable to work game.   Supervisory Responsibilities: None.   Working Conditions: Position will require working evenings and weekends.   Physical Demands: Must be able to physically run up and down the floor keeping TJES fair and under control.   Minimum Qualifications: Must understand the game of basketball.   Knowledge and Skills: None.   Additional Information: United Tribes Technical College is an Equal Employment Opportunity.  The applicant is responsible for providing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe if Indian preference is claimed. The applicant is responsible for providing a copy of his/her United States Government Form DD214 or his/her honorable discharge certificate from any branch of the military service if veteran’s preference is claimed. Failure to provide proof will result in loss of Indian or veteran preference in employment.   APPLICATION DEADLINE:  October 18, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.   Interested applicants should submit a completed UTTC application or a Letter of interest to  hr@uttc.edu  or Human Resources Department, United Tribes Technical College, 3315 University Drive, Bismarck, ND 58504.    NOTE:  Applications and supporting documents received after the closing date and time of a job posting will NOT be considered.  Upon selection, the applicant is responsible to obtain and complete a Transcript Request Form from the last institution attended.  The applicant will submit the completed form to the Human Resources Department.  The Human Resources Department will cover any fees required to obtain official transcripts.
United Tribes Technical College c/o Human Resources Department United Tribes Technical College, University Drive, Bismarck, ND, USA
Nov 05, 2019
Part time
Position Title: Part-Time/Temporary Elementary School Basketball Score Board Operator Department:  Theodore Jamerson Elementary School (TJES) Reports Directly To: TJES Principal Status: Part-Time/Temporary, Exempt Salary:  $15.00 per game   Summary of Duties: The Score Board Operator will attend all Home Basketball Games for TJES Boys and Girls Basketball games. The Score Board Operator will start and stop the game clock on each game official whistle. The Score Board Operator will keep a running score of the basketball game, showing the accurate score on the score board. The Score Board Operator will keep track of the personal, and team fouls indicating on the score board. Will keep track of bonus foul situations, and basketball possession arrows indicating on the scoreboard. Will inform game officials of player substitutions, by manually sounding the horn. Will inform game officials of player receiving their 5th foul of the game. Must inform the TJES Principal ahead of time if unable to work a game.   Supervisory Responsibilities: None.   Working Conditions: Position will require working evenings and weekends.   Physical Demands: Must be able to operate the score board panel in a fast paced game and under pressure basketball situations.   Minimum Qualifications: Must understand the game of basketball.   Knowledge and Skills: None.   Additional Information: United Tribes Technical College is an Equal Employment Opportunity.  The applicant is responsible for providing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe if Indian preference is claimed. The applicant is responsible for providing a copy of his/her United States Government Form DD214 or his/her honorable discharge certificate from any branch of the military service if veteran’s preference is claimed. Failure to provide proof will result in loss of Indian or veteran preference in employment.   APPLICATION DEADLINE:  October 18, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.   Interested applicants should submit a completed UTTC application, cover letter, resume, and unofficial copies of transcripts to  hr@uttc.edu  or Human Resources Department, United Tribes Technical College, 3315 University Drive, Bismarck, ND 58504.    NOTE:  Applications and supporting documents received after the closing date and time of a job posting will NOT be considered.  Upon selection, the applicant is responsible to obtain and complete a Transcript Request Form from the last institution attended.  The applicant will submit the completed form to the Human Resources Department.  The Human Resources Department will cover any fees required to obtain official transcripts.
United Tribes Technical College c/o Human Resources Department United Tribes Technical College, University Drive, Bismarck, ND, USA
Nov 04, 2019
Full time
Position Title: Campus Services/Wellness Administrative Assistant Department:  Campus Services Reports Directly To: Vice President of Campus Services Status: Non-Exempt Salary:  $DOE   Summary of Duties: Type correspondence, memos, letters, reports, purchase requisitions, and other documents for Campus Services. Greets visitors and conducts visitors to appropriate person; answers phones for department staff. Organize office operations and procedures. Must have knowledge in the following area’s; office administration, high level of accuracy in preparing and entering information. Attend meetings; record proceedings, take minutes and type reports. Schedules appointments, airline schedules, travel requisitions for Vice President of Campus Services. Maintain file system, phones, faxes and calendars for Vice President of Campus Services. Maintain all incoming mail for Wellness & Campus Services; sort and distribute. Coordinate repairs for office equipment. Maintain all logs; purchase requisition log, request log and mail log for Campus Services. Responsible to ensure there are adequate office supplies and forms. Review Time Sheets for Campus Services Coordinates UTTC Assistant to Chemical Health, Academic and Personal Counseling, Student Health Center, and Health Promotion programs. Assist wellness staff with secretarial duties; computer work, typing letters, forms, etc. Records minutes at various wellness meetings. Assists students in faxing and making long distance calls to agencies and in case of emergencies. Coordinates meeting room rentals for Wellness conference room and Cafeteria conference room as necessary. Gathers student data for Electronic Health records Inputs student demographics into electronic health records system Maintains all hard copy of student files for all Wellness Center Services. Schedule students to meet with navigators (insurance sign up) and Wellness staff. Input Purchase orders. Performs other duties as assigned.   Supervision Exercised : None   Working Conditions : General office conditions.  Normal working hours are from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm with one hour for lunch.   Minimum Qualifications: AA/AAS Office Technology or related field. Three (3) years related working experience in Office Management. Must have a valid ND Driver’s License and be insurable under UTTC’s insurance carrier or the ability to obtain one upon hire.   Knowledge and Skills: Must be respectful, flexible and have sound work ethics. Must be effective in verbal & listening communication, organizational skills, stress management, and time management. Must demonstrate; excellent interpersonal skills, team building and decision making. Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Operate standard office machines, personal computers, and strong background in Microsoft Office applications.   Additional Information: United Tribes Technical College is an Equal Employment Opportunity.  The applicant is responsible for providing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe if Indian preference is claimed. The applicant is responsible for providing a copy of his/her United States Government Form DD214 or his/her honorable discharge certificate from any branch of the military service if veteran’s preference is claimed. Failure to provide proof will result in loss of Indian or veteran preference in employment.   APPLICATION DEADLINE:  November 12, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.   Interested applicants should submit a completed UTTC application, cover letter, resume, unofficial copies of transcripts, and copy of ND driver license to  hr@uttc.edu  or Human Resources Department, United Tribes Technical College, 3315 University Drive, Bismarck, ND 58504.    NOTE:  Applications and supporting documents received after the closing date and time of a job posting will NOT be considered.  Upon selection, the applicant is responsible to obtain and complete a Transcript Request Form from the last institution attended.  The applicant will submit the completed form to the Human Resources Department.  The Human Resources Department will cover any fees required to obtain official transcripts.
United Tribes Technical College c/o Human Resources Department United Tribes Technical College, University Drive, Bismarck, ND, USA
Nov 04, 2019
Full time
Position Title: Wellness Counselor Department:  Wellness Center Reports Directly To: Chemical Health Coordinator Status:  9 months; Exempt Salary:  $DOE   Summary of Duties: Assist in short and long term planning, in support of the Lewis Goodhouse Wellness Center and UTTC’s Strategic Plan. Remain current and adhere to legal requirements that affect students in higher education, i.e. FERPA, HIPAA, ADA, and/or all governing guidelines related to UTTC community. Prepare and submit accurate reports, documentation and correspondence in a timely manner. To actively participate in the “High Risk” Crisis Management Team that provides holistic services in meeting the individual need(s) of the student and in support of their family system. Supportive academic, personal, social, behavioral counseling for the individual UTTC student and/or their dependents. Counseling to include parent-child relationships, home management, and family dynamics. Use and application of social work theory, knowledge, methods, ethics, and the professional use of self to restore or enhance social, psychosocial, or biopsychosocial functioning of individuals, couples, families, and groups. Use and application of clinical social work areas of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders and conditions. Treatment to include: individual, marital, couple, family, and group psychotherapy. Securing information in regards to student(s): physical, psychological and social nature for the purpose of needs assessment and making appropriate referrals. To cooperatively networking with city, county, state and federal agencies in order to make appropriate referrals to those agencies on/off campus Coordinate with other campus departments when child abuse, child neglect and/or spouse abuse is evident. Initiate counseling intervention referrals on as needed basis. Assist in supporting UTTC policies and procedures to include programs relating to: housing, student organizations, student activities, safety and security, discipline and all areas involving student concerns. Serve and participate on assigned Academic and/or Student & Campus Services committees. Participates in weekly scheduled meeting with assigned Academic Advisor(s) and/or faculty regarding students concerns on a need to know basis such as early alerts. Maintain open communication with various departments on a need to know basis to include but not limited to: Center for Personal Counseling, Assigned Academic Advisors/Instructors, Financial Aid, Housing, , Security, Lewis Goodhouse Wellness Center departments and Administration. Maintains daily/weekly/monthly contact statistics. Secures and maintains accurate record keeping system, work with time/attendance and reports on student progress, as well as Participates in UTTC Student Withdrawal Process to include reporting, record keeping and processing documentation as specified in a timely manner. Counsels students on academic probation and those returning from suspension, assessing needs and create a short-term plan for immediate improvement. Attends professional development training(s) Prepare letters of reference upon request by student(s). Coordinate and organize group therapy sessions for UTTC Community Wellness Center Programs. Completes all necessary data entry into Electronic Health records system. Assist Domestic Violence Advocate with supportive service to students Performs other duties as assigned.   Supervisory Responsibilities: None   Working Conditions: Counseling and general office environment.  Normal working hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm with one hour for lunch.  Will need to work additional hours as the need arises.  Will need to occasionally travel to attend workshops and/or conferences.    Physical Demands: Will need to walk to various departments/buildings on campus.  Ability to perform daily office duties.   Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in Social Work or Counseling. Required licensure in the state of North Dakota at LSW or LAPC level. Working knowledge of Micro Soft Word and compatible software. Operate basic office equipment; copier, fax machine, digital phone system. Preferred Masters in Social Work or in Counseling. Previous experience within a Post-Secondary setting preferred. Knowledge and Skills: Familiarity and practical application of counseling techniques and methods.  Ability to organize and co-facilitate supportive counseling groups.  Conduct individual/personal counseling sessions.  Ability to maintain confidentiality. Effective communication skills, sensitivity to Native American culture and disadvantaged students.  Ability to relate to diverse age groups. Ability to communicate with faculty and staff about student characteristics, needs and specialized areas of interest. Working knowledge of local support services and referral agencies. A demonstrated ability in support of prevention, mediation and advocacy of student concerns.  Familiarity with substance abuse issues, the family system, career guidance and general counseling issues to include but not limited to: self-esteem, social skills, assertiveness, depression and suicide.   Additional Information: United Tribes Technical College is an Equal Employment Opportunity.  The applicant is responsible for providing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe if Indian preference is claimed. The applicant is responsible for providing a copy of his/her United States Government Form DD214 or his/her honorable discharge certificate from any branch of the military service if veteran’s preference is claimed. Failure to provide proof will result in loss of Indian or veteran preference in employment.   APPLICATION DEADLINE:  October 25, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.   Interested applicants should submit a completed UTTC application, cover letter, resume, and unofficial copies of transcripts to  hr@uttc.edu  or Human Resources Department, United Tribes Technical College, 3315 University Drive, Bismarck, ND 58504.    NOTE:  Applications and supporting documents received after the closing date and time of a job posting will NOT be considered.  Upon selection, the applicant is responsible to obtain and complete a Transcript Request Form from the last institution attended.  The applicant will submit the completed form to the Human Resources Department.  The Human Resources Department will cover any fees required to obtain official transcripts.
Berry College Mount Berry, Rome, GA, USA
Nov 01, 2019
Full time
ABOUT BERRY COLLEGE: Located on more than 27,000 acres in northwest Georgia in a setting of great natural beauty, Berry College has an enrollment of about 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students. The college is located in Rome, Georgia, 75 miles northwest of Atlanta and 75 miles south of Chattanooga, Tennessee. As a comprehensive liberal-arts college with a distinctive mission and purpose, Berry unites a challenging academic program with practical work experience in a context that nurtures spiritual and moral growth, including significant service to others. We seek faculty who are committed to excellence as teachers-scholars-mentors and staff who are also committed to serving as mentors and supervisors for students who work on campus. Although not required, more than 90 percent of our students participate in our premier student work program. Employee benefits are competitive.     JOB DESCRIPTION: Berry College seeks applications for the position of Director of Teacher Education Programs, with the position to be filled by fall 2020.  This is a full-time (10-month appointment), tenure-track faculty position at the rank of associate/full professor. Candidates must possess a record of service in higher education in the area of teacher education, and a solid record of scholarship commensurate with a tenure-track position.  In addition to teaching, the Director is expected to provide leadership and expertise regarding teacher education programs across campus, collaborate with other faculty and staff in our varied majors and programs to implement any required or suggested changes from the GaPSC, evaluate and mentor faculty, budget departmental funds, lead Teacher Education Program accreditation efforts, continuously improve our Teacher Education Program at both undergraduate and graduate levels, and design and implement innovations to maintain a cutting-edge stance in teacher education, as well as provide academic advisement to students in the program(s) and to prospective students.  Additionally, the Directors of our laboratory schools (Berry Elementary and Middle School, Child Development Center, and South Rome Early Learning Center) will report to the Director of Teacher Education Program. The Director will report to the Dean of the Charter School of Education and Human Sciences.     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS An earned doctorate with specialization in Literacy and Early Childhood or a related field. Demonstrable knowledge and ability to collaborate with school district personnel, administrators, teachers, and community partners. At least three years of teaching experience in K-12 grades, along with teaching experience in post-secondary institutions. Ability to provide quality academic advisement to college students. Excellent writing and communication skills. Ability to work independently and as a member of a collaborative team. Evidence of or potential for maintaining an active research and publication agenda. Skill in developing and implementing undergraduate and graduate teacher education recruitment plans. Experience in a leadership role in higher education.   PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Experience with successful design and implementation of teacher education programs. Knowledge of edTPA. Knowledge of accountability and accreditation practices. Willingness to work collaboratively with faculty and to mentor students from a wide range of disciplines, cultures, and academic backgrounds are essential.   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The Department of Teacher Education has a long history at Berry College, with a far-reaching reputation for preparing highly qualified teachers who are sought out by school districts and private schools throughout the state of Georgia and southern region.  As a significant professional program at Berry, the program is accredited by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission and is held to high standards of planning, monitoring, and delivering an educational program that graduates highly qualified professional teachers who are prepared to lead classrooms and teach children from diverse backgrounds, socioeconomic strata, and ethnicities, including those with unique challenges.   The department offers Elementary, Middle Grades, Secondary, and P-12 Education majors, a Family Studies minor, and a Teaching English as a Foreign Language minor, as well as Autism, ESOL, and Reading endorsements. See details regarding our department on our website: https://www.berry.edu/academics/majors/education .   Berry is a selective independent college of 2,100 students located adjacent to Rome, Georgia, midway between Atlanta, Georgia, and Chattanooga, Tennessee.  Berry's educational approach deliberately unites challenging academic programs with practical work experience in a residential campus community that encourages faith and emphasizes caring for the needs of others above self.  This commitment to an "education of the head, heart and hands" remains as relevant today as when our founder instilled this ethic more than a century ago.    Nationally recognized for quality of learning and quality of life, Berry offers first-rate undergraduate degree programs in the sciences, humanities, arts and human sciences, as well as undergraduate and master's level opportunities in business and teacher education.  The College's stunning 27,000-acre campus affords opportunities that cannot be duplicated elsewhere.  Berry's ongoing commitment is to provide exceptional educational experiences to talented students from a wide range of social and economic backgrounds.   Berry is a Chronicle of Higher Education 2018 "Great College to Work For."  The college offers competitive benefits and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.  An Equal Opportunity Institution, Berry complies with all applicable laws and provisions prohibiting discrimination in its educational and employment policies.  Berry respects the essential dignity of all individuals and accordingly hires and promotes employees without regard to matters of personal identity such as ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, and political affiliation.  Berry College provides benefit options with no employee costs for medical, dental, disability, and life insurance, including spouse and dependents at a reduced rate. Berry College is committed to ensuring facilities, programs, services, and activities are accessible to everyone, including those seeking employment at Berry College.  Inquiries about interview or workplace accommodations are welcomed and can be directed to Wayne Phipps, Director of Human Resources, at 706.290.2698.   APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Interested applicants should submit: a letter expressing qualifications and interest in the position, a curriculum vita, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, a statement of teaching and leadership philosophy and three letters of recommendation through https://berry.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=116479 . Applications must include a separate statement that addresses how their cultural, experiential, and/or academic background contributes to the understanding of diversity at the College. The review of applications will begin October 15 and continue until a suitable candidate is identified.  Candidates from historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.  EO/AA employer.